Goal: $75,000 Reached, thank you!
Ads: 800 subway and bus ads in Toronto, 40 bus back posters in Ottawa
Reach: 70% of Ottawa resident, 40% of Toronto residents
Duration: Ottawa starting December 9 up until the first week of January, Toronto all of January
Amid the ongoing public debate and unprecedented media coverage sparked by our ads in Canada’s capital city of Ottawa this past September, the ReThink911 campaign is launching a major 2-month long ad campaign in Toronto and Ottawa to capitalize on the progress we’ve made, and put 9/11 Truth firmly in the Canadian mainstream.
On Wednesday, November 27 we reached our fundraising goal of $75,000 for the ad campaign about to take flight in Canada. We send our deepest gratitude to all those who stepped up in the past few weeks to make this campaign possible, and to everyone who has helped over the past six months to bring us to this point.
Starting on December 9, 70% of Ottawa residents will see our ads on the backs of buses an average of ten times each throughout December and into the first week of January. Then, during the month of January, 40% of Toronto residents will see the ads an average of ten times each in subway cars and buses. By seeing our ads multiple times, they will learn about the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 and the fact that 2,000 experts cite evidence for its controlled demolition – and many will be compelled to go and watch the video for themselves.
Not only will they see it on buses and subway cars, they are also likely to see it in the news. Already we have made waves in Ottawa, where the announcement of our campaign was covered by the Metro News, the Ottawa Citizen, and the Ottawa Sun, which even embedded the official ReThink911 video in its article.
If you haven’t seen it yet, we invite you to watch the video of last week’s Ottawa Transit Commission meeting where we spoke out against efforts to change Ottawa’s advertising policy in response to our September ad campaign, and we announced the upcoming launch of our new campaign.
The next two months promise to be an important period for ReThink911. We look forward to sharing the achievements with you, and we thank you again for your tremendous support. It continues to pay dividends and move our cause closer to victory.
Be on the look out in December for your opportunity to be an important part of the organization that brought you the ReThink911 campaign.
“Have you seen the video of World Trade Center 7’s collapse?”
That’s the question 70% of Ottawa residents will see on the backs of buses and 40% of Toronto residents will see on the insides of subway cars and buses. This question, sure to intrigue anyone who sees it, is followed by two statements showing just how compelling the argument for Building 7’s controlled demolition is:
51% of Canadians who see it suspect it was a controlled demolition.
2,000 experts cite clear evidence for controlled demolition.
With this new ad copy, ReThink911 is taking the message to the next level, inviting the open minded and skeptics alike to watch the video and find out why only 18% of Canadians who see the video of Building 7’s collapse think it was caused by fires. In a matter of weeks, millions of Canadians will see and hear about the ads, and hundreds of thousands will be curious enough to go to ReThink911.org or YouTube and watch the video footage.
Join the ReThink911 Visionary Circle
When you donate $10,000 or more, you will join the ReThink911 Visionary Circle and receive one of our eight 6 x 4 ft. Vancouver transit shelter posters (see image on right) at the end of the September 2013 campaign. There are only five left! Please become a member of the Visionary Circle today, and give our January 2014 campaign a major boost.
Donate by Check or Money Order
If you prefer to donate by check or money order rather than online, please make your check or money order out to AE911Truth, note on your check “ReThink911″ and the city to which you would like to donate, and mail your check to this address:AE911Truth – ReThink911
2342 Shattuck Ave., Suite 189
Berkeley, CA 94704 Phone: (510) 292-4710
Fax: (925) 938-1489